Take one minute to ask your Supervisor to step up for safe streets
On Friday, Walk SF released district-by-district traffic safety report cards. And the San Francisco Chronicle and San Francisco Examiner wrote about the report cards, lifting up the fact that our streets are unacceptably dangerous for all of us, in every part of the city.
We’re turning up the heat on the state of unsafe streets, but what’s next depends on YOU.
We need to make it clear that people from every district really care about safe streets – and expect significant actions taken ASAP so the number of people hurt and killed each year finally starts to fall.
So please take just one minute to email your Supervisor asking them to step up for safe streets. And then ask a neighbor to send an email, too.
You’d be amazed at how much the Supervisors pay attention to these emails. I hope you’ll be a voice for life-saving changes right now.
The next couple months include key opportunities to influence the City’s trajectory with Vision Zero. Now is when we must build a chorus of voices echoing the call for safe streets.
The photo is from the intersection where a pedestrians was the victim of a fatal hit-and-run at Cesar Chavez Street and Evans Avenue the morning of Friday, October 2, 2020.